New Music Friday – October 22, 2021

The weather here in Los Angeles is finally starting to feel like Fall, and the new music dropping this week are great pairings for the cooling temps. Recent Bad Ass Break-Out artist Dooms Children are dropping their debut album of heavy, psychedelic folk, as are rootsy folk-rock duo Jackson+Sellers. One of our favs Dave Hause is out with his latest collection of punk-styled singer-songwriter style music. Superstar Lana Del Rey is back with her second full-length of the year, and indie rockers My Morning Jacket are dropping their first new album in ages. Finally, we have the latest from 80’s pop/dance rock legends Duran Duran!

It’s been a long while since we’ve heard from Animal Collective, but they ended their drought of new music this week by dropping a new song. Jack White has also returned with an expectedly hard-rocking new single. Bastille continue the tease of their next album with another new track, and the great Australian pop-punk rocker Alex Lahey has a “spikey” new track out. Classic folk artist Janis Ian has a new single out from what will be her last album, and former Check This artist Lost in Japan have a new rocker out for us.

Other returning artists this week are Glacier Veins, The Knocks, Late Night Thoughts, Ellevator, Dahlia Sleeps, Magnolia Park, The Longest Johns, Zebrahead and Ruth Lauren Ward. Some of this week’s new artists getting put into rotation are Cade Hoppe (with a new EP) Simon Bromide, Local Nomad, David Rosales, Jane., Log Across the Washer, Carmody, Shovels & Rope, Dylan Cox, Milan AndrĂ© Boronell, and Jack Swagger.

Hear all of these and more in our New Music Friday Playlist!

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